Arduino OpenMV Cam Open Source Advanced Machine Vision Board (video)

Advanced Machine Vision

Makers, developers and hobbyists that have considered adding advanced machine vision to their project may be interested in a new small affordable and expandable development board called the OpenMV Cam.

The Arduino compatible development board has been created by Bot Thoughts and is capable of adding machine vision to your projects with the ability to be customised by writing Micro Scripts.

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Samsung Galaxy S6 Or S6 Edge Appears In Benchmarks

Galaxy S5

The Samsung Galaxy S6 is expected to be the first smartphone to use Samsung’s new eight core Exynos 7420 processor, and now it looks like a version of the handset has appeared in some benchmarks.

Samsung are expected to launch the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge handsets next month, both devices are rumored to use the new Exynos 7420 processor.

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Microsoft Xbox Sales Pass 6.5 Million in Q4 2014

Microsoft Xbox Sales

Yesterday Microsoft announced its revenue for the quarter ended December 31st, 2014, revealing that the company made 26.5 billion during that period.

Microsoft’s gross margin, operating income, and diluted earnings per share (“EPS”) for the quarter were $16.3 billion, $7.8 billion, and $0.71 per share, respectively the company explained.

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Useless Machine In A Can Offers A Fun DIY Kit That Does Absolutely Nothing (video)

Useless Machine In A Can

If you are looking to build something that is constructed using high quality parts but once built does absolutely nothing of use at all. You are sure to be interested in this new creation by InnoTechnix called the Useless Machine In A Can.

The Useless Machine In A Can contains 45 pieces that you assemble without soldering to create a fun mechanism. Watch the video below to learn more about this interesting yet completely useless device, that is already blasted past its Kickstarter pledge goal of $9,000 with still 26 days left of its campaign to run.

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DC And Stepper Motor HAT For Raspberry Pi Unveiled By Adafruit

DC And Stepper Motor HAT For Raspberry Pi

Adafruit have this month unveiled an addition to their range in the form of a new HAT for the awesome Raspberry Pi that can help those of you that enjoy building projects controlled by the Pi, now control motors and stepper motors.

The new DC and Stepper Motor HAT for Raspberry Pi is now available to purchase for $22.50 and has been designed to allow makers to construct their robotic dreams.

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